FORMER KPMG International chairman Timothy Flynn has joined JPMorgan Chase’s board of directors.
Flynn, who retired as chairman in October 2011 after four years in the role, spent 32 years at KPMG. He served as CEO of KPMG’s US firm between 2005 and 2008.has also served as a trustee of US accounting standard setters FASB; a member of the World Economic Forum; and a founding member of the Prince of Wales’ International Integrated Reporting Committee.
“JPMorgan Chase is honoured that Tim Flynn has agreed to be nominated as a director of the firm,” said chairman and CEO Jamie Dimon.
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